Rudolf Franz, Graf von Schönborn

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Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn-Buchheim und Wolfsthal, Graf

Also Known As: "Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn"
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Death: Died
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Son of Melchior Friedrich von Schönborn and Maria Anna Sophia Johanna von Boineburg-Lensgfeld
Husband of Marie Eleonore Charlotte, Gräfin von Hatzfeld
Father of Anna Catharina Sofia, Gräfin von Schönborn and Joseph Franz, Graf von Schönborn
Brother of Maria Anna Gräfin von Schönborn; Maria Sophie, Gräfin von Schönborn; Anselm Franz von Schönborn; Amalia Elisabeth Maria von Schönborn and Johanna Eleonora Maria von Schönborn-Buchheim

Managed by: George J. Homs
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About Rudolf Franz, Graf von Schönborn

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  • Schönborn appeared first in the County of Katzenelnbogen in 1373 when Gilbrecht of Schönborn, a vassal, served Eberhard V of Katzenelnbogen. Later it was a German statelet ruled by the Schönborn family located in Franconia and areas at the Main River in Germany, located to the south of Bamberg and to the southeast of Würzburg. Schönborn emerged as a Lordship in the 14th Century. It was raised to a Barony in 1663 and to a County in 1701. In 1717, it was partitioned into Schönborn-Heusenstamm (at Heusenstamm) and Schönborn-Wiesentheid (at Wiesentheid).

Counts of Schönborn-Wiesentheid (1717–1806)

  • Schönborn-Wiesentheid was a County in Lower Franconia, the northwestern Region of modern Bavaria, Germany, comprising various isolated districts spanning from the Regnitz River to the Main River east of Würzburg. Schönborn-Wiesentheid was a partition of Schönborn, and inherited the other line of Schönborn-Heusenstamm in 1801. Schönborn-Wiesentheid was mediatised to Bavaria in 1806. ===These counts bear the prefix, Illustrious Highness.===
  • Rudolph Francis Erwin (1717–1754)
  • Joseph Francis Bonaventura (1754–1772)
  • Damian Hugo Erwin (1772–1806)
  • Franz Erwein Damian Joseph (1776–1840)
  • Hugh Damien Erwein (1805–1865)
  • Arthur Franz Maximilian (1846–1915)
  • Erwein Clemens Chlodwig Karl Maria (1877–1942)
  • Friedrich Karl Anton (1916–1998)
  • Filipp Erwein Anton (born 1954, renounced his title in 2004.
  • Paul Anton (born 1962)
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